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Just call me Bongohead, said? Some day I will have ALL the versions in my sweaty little hands. Honey, if you are reading this, hopefully you will not mind the latest batch of vinyl purchases now that I buttered you up! I had to agree. Plus I used to go to the big flea markets they used to have in my neighborhood in Boston at the Cyclorama.
What was your first album? Those were the days, before hip-hop drove up the prices for funky beats! This is a baaad proto-boogaloo record too, featuring my hero, Cachao! I was into funky music as well as rock! Well it was interesting — I think I have always been into collecting things, from back as far as I can remember. But I say what about one of those mad Japanese paper sleeve jobs, where they recreate the original album exactly but in miniature and the sound is great?
What an artist he was. Of course piracy is really bad, but that in turn makes bands want to perform live more to make money to compensate for losses in product revenue. I always go back to the basics because they fill me with nostalgia and I can always learn something new from them. Usually the thing I worry about most is the cover condition. I was also a bit freaked by some of the psychedelic covers I saw among the hippies at the commune, but mostly I liked them all, as far as I can recall.
My first records were gifts from my mom. Joe Cain was a beautiful man. At the same time I got into playing records — mostly 45s — at school for kids, like when I was 8 or 9. She is the one though who really showed me the way when she insisted I set up an office in our guest room and allowed me to move a mess of my most important records from the garage to the home office!
He had a special relationship with album cover graphic designer Ely Besalel, and I think for a little while in the 60s they really connected — it shows on records like this one. Do you go out to dig in basements and fleas, or are you an eBay expert? What makes them so special for you?
My favorites are the reproductions of the Hipgnosis covers for Led Zeppelin. I use cardboard inserts to separate sections and to protect records at the ends of my stacks. Bless that woman, she is a pillar of tolerance and she is my inspiration. Let the vinyl heads do their thing, the digital media mavens do theirs, man!
Hand percussion, trombone, harpsichord, Cuban tres guitar, zither, cimbalom, organ, Tuvan throat singing and yodeling. The cardboard inserts come from the mailing packages I get when I order records — they are the perfect size and are nice and clean. The morning raga was great for Sunday in the a.
Can you describe that feeling? I think what prompted me to do it was tat I just loved having material examples of things I was interested in so that I could come back to them time and time again — to play with them and later to study them, from rocks to toy cars. Anything that man touched was golden and nasty. Some of those Latin covers are without shame, like Spinal Tap south of the border.
It all started when I was in Mexico as a little kid — the comics there weremuy loco! Do you still have it? Was there a specific event in your life, an era, which signifies your transition from music lover to a collector? Are you following any specific genre when you collect? Some Bobby Valentin records. Amazing record, musically speaking.
John, Eddie Bo, Wild Magnolias, Wild Tchoupitoulas — this is what I can turn to for inspiration again and again, and it has so many other kinds of music wrapped up in it. I think the obsession with collecting came mainly from my dad — he had a huge book, record, and curious object collection from as long ago as I can remember.
Yes, I have CDs, too many. My dad was always around musicians, my mom loved music and she and I always listened to the radio, and they both had a lot of records. Eddie Palmieri is one of our most gifted musicians and a true artist. In terms of modern Latin music, especially mambo and so-called Latin Jazz, this cover by David Stone Martin says it all.
What prompted you to start collecting? I used to collect shells in all the Caribbean places we stayed, or leaves and rocks from the forest in Vermont at the commune I stayed at for a while, or stuff like geodes and cactus branches from the desert in Arizona where my grandparents and uncle moved to after they left Cuba.
Barretto was a real intellectual man as well as a spiritual drummer, and Izzy and Walter did a great cover here, presenting him as a leader the barrio could believe in. I loved those perfect pinup girls! Some of my faves are on my blog, so check it out. The tom toms are coffee cans covered with Korean plastic beads arranged in colors that depict the different deities of orisha and vodun worship.
Going back to the beginning, you got to praise the grand-daddy of them all, Alex Steinweiss — now there was album coverART! I love you, funky old New Orleans, New World cross-roads! How did you get it? Look for the stuff you want but keep an eye open for something new that might be worth taking a chance on — you never know.
Has things changed for you since the web days? What age did you start? I was like 6, so I guess it was around I used to just love putting it on my little portable record player, dancing to it, or sitting looking at the amazing cover art and trying to imagine the Beatles coming to play right there in front of me.
Sad to say the real Mr. Not only the whole ransom note thing but also the concept of their name — scary! Cuba has Africa right in its own back yards and alleyways, as this classic pre-revolution folkloric rumba record attests. But your fans would beg to differ, Ray. Most Discos Fuentes covers! Key slabs of vinyl for me that I purchased back in the day and still turn to on a regular basis for healing and entertainment: Can you name a few of your favorite album covers?
This is my CD room, under the stairs. Or perhaps fixed on a specific album cover artists? This is an in-between one probably cashing in on the early 60s popularity of Olatunji and the Afro-centrism promoted by jazz artists. But you have to get some of the CDs for the rarities, sad to say. Desi Arnaz, the Latino Elvis white man imitating black man. I am not like my uncle Jorge who used to number his records and catalog them.
Fabulous Italian-American arranger and producer with incredible taste. I dig the participation in vinyl, you know? I would have to say The Beatles,Revolver. Later as an older kid, when I had earned some money, it was stamps, coins, marbles, even military insignia patches, medals , ordinance spent shell casings and grenades , and war memorabilia — that was until I became anti-war in my teens.
I also was into actually playing music and singing — I took piano so I could some day play the church organ — not for religious or classical music, but so I could play creepy horror movie music like fromDraculaorFrankenstein!! You know when you learn about some cool new album from someone and you just have to have it too, even if you have not heard it? But what do I look for?
Ask the owner if they have something special behind the counter or in back. And also various 70s covers by Tony Wright and Neville Garrick. Or maybe pressing years? The vinyl I consider to be the holy golden grail would be New Orleans music. Most heavy metal covers! A great one dollar flea market find, Mr.
I am not so much into the minutia that geeks or nerds get off on, but I will go for an original pressing if it sounds better or has a more dope cover. What boy is without comics? Out of your great collection, there must be a few records that you like going back to at any time. There were only 2 jackets; the third record was stuffed inside the second jacket.I have boxes of records that are part of projects or are ready to go to gigs, etc. Some complain about CDs, how they are little and sound bad. And the common denominator and basis of hip-hop? So I guess my transition from listening to collecting was really early and subtle and whatnot, so it was so natural I never really noticed the change. A couple of my all-time J. Also, I am a graphic designer so of course the cover art makes me high. Ecstatic, trance-inducing dance music from Cuba, translated and re-born in New York, for red-blooded people of all stripes and hues, from all walks of life, forged from the New World union of black and white, creating dancing musical vibrations in Technicolor that took America by storm during the Atomic Age.
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